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Roseville Police are trying to identify the suspects that broke into the Roseville Yamaha Kawasaki dealership, and stole close to $15,000 in cash and merchandise.

The break-in happened early Sunday morning, at the dealership on Taylor Road.

According to dealership owner Sean Copeland, the burglars were able to avoid triggering the alarm and removed a rear glass door. They also broke through several interior doors to gain access.

Motorcycle helmets and Go Pro cameras were some of the items taken, in addition to cash and a safe.

Surveillance footage shows one of the suspects carrying the safe out to a red SUV.

According to Copeland,  some of the money inside the safe was collected for a needy family in Roseville for the Holidays.

Roseville Police have collected evidence from the scene.

One of the suspects left behind a face mask, and it will be tested for DNA evidence by police.

Anyone with information about this incidents is encouraged to contact the Roseville Police Department at 916-774-5040.